Friday, September 24, 2010

Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan

Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan
From Farscape

A Priestess? Hell yeah. A priestess that gets off on solar rays, and isn't ashamed to walk around in nothing but a robe. I didn't really get why she was that into sunlight til I found out she's a plant. An intelligent, sexy, two legged plant that is on the run from the law.

Couldn't make this stuff up.

Well, technically you could make this stuff up, I just couldn't. Someone did, and Pa'u is a welcome addition to the crew of Moya. Who, if I am correct, might warrant a page of her own. If you could find a ship sexy.

Stranger things and all, right?

Friday, September 17, 2010


Namora (Aquaria Nautica Neptunia)
From Marvel Comics

Namora. We'll excuse you if you're confused as to her appearance. Yes, she is sometimes pink-hued human tone. Sometimes she is blue skinned. You know our preference. Same thing with her mutant daughter clone Namorita - a skin color changer herself, although in Namora's case it seems to be an artistic preference. Namorita has the super ability to change her skin color.

Anyway, Namora is the cousin of Namor. Although that isn't strictly true, because they aren't related. We're not sure about that one ourselves. We are sure about one thing though - when Namor and Namora hooked up, we were rooting for the old fish. Could you blame him?


From Marvel Comics

The mutant daughter clone of Namora. Who is Namora? Namor's cousin! Well, not really, they aren't related, but that's neither here nor there. What IS here is a blue skinned aquatic babe who really has human colored (pink, so I don't fall into the "flesh" debacle that Crayola ran into a couple decades back) skin, but she can camouflage herself by changing her skin color. And let's just say Blue is Better.

Yes, she has wings on her ankles. That lets her fly. Well, "let" her fly, since she was nixed back at the start of the Super Hero Civil War. She was also super strong and could secrete toxins from her skin that let her paralyze people. Word to the wise: Don't tick her off before getting, uh, intimate with her.

Namorita was a member of The New Warriors, an otherwise obscure super hero team in the Marvel Universe. So if you haven't heard of her, don't feel bad. This is one mutant clone that is worth getting to know, though.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Neytiri te Tskaha Mo'at'ite

Neytiri te Tskaha Mo'at'ite
From Avatar

(red/cyan 3D glasses for the full effect)

How many infinite articles have been written about the hotness of the female cat-thing from Avatar? I won't continue. Check out the 3D image the correct way. If you go to the link, there are several other versions including a cross eyed one (like those 3D images everyone pretends to be able to see that used to be the huge rage at shopping malls) that just gave me a headache, but for the few seconds it came into 3D focus, it was rather impressive.

So, Neytiriri, this one's for you. And your strange human/alien/human type relationship with your man. That marine guy.

Friday, September 3, 2010


Mystique (Raven Darkhölme)
From The X-Men

I'll do a lengthy review later. Probably add a gallery, too. It's just that Mystique is super popular, so really what is there to say? One of the finest inspirations for this blog in the first place.